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Company of Heroes

1 h 40 min2013X-Ray15
During the last major German offensive of WWII, a group of daring American soldiers set out to turn the war against all odds. Their mission will take them deep into German territory to derail Nazi efforts in obtaining the ultimate super weapon.
Don Paul
Tom SizemoreChad Michael CollinsVinnie Jones
English [CC]
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Supporting actors
Dimitri DiatchenkoNeal McDonoughJürgen ProchnowSam Spruel
Jeffery BeachPhillip Roth
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4.1 out of 5 stars

487 global ratings

  1. 55% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 18% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 11% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 9% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 7% of reviews have 1 stars
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Tin TactooReviewed in the United Kingdom on 02 September 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
A real hoot of a film - and its got Vinnie Jones!
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Its not often you can put Vinnie Jones and saving the world (this one..) from a Nazi super bomb in the same sentence. It is December 1944 – the year, not the time digitally. Its winter as snow is on the ground, which is different to summer as there is no snow normally in summer. Back to what passes as the plot then: This ‘super bomb’ is the bit of kit with at least eight swastikas painted on it, one per fin either side, hence four fins, eight swastikas as far as we could make out in the brief few moments we saw it. This could prove very handy to find if it got lost, more so in fog. Possibly the same artist who also painted the same, about eighteen inches round, in bold black and white swastikas on all the lorry doors, whose base colour is a drab grey but a mere nit-picking point. In reality (?) these would certainly point out the vehicles as potential targets in one swoop about a half mile off or more. I think there could a sort of plot but it’s nothing to worry about. When anybody is shot - and this is quite often as like buses, if you miss one another will be along soon - it seems as if the victims have their own electrically powered pump about them that when ‘hit’, a constant stream of blood gushes out that makes the average municipal fountain look quite tame. The ‘baddie’ is straight out of a James Bond film (but possibly cheaper) complete with built-in snarl as he struts around, bless him, with some sort of leg brace made from possibly some perforated alloy plus ditto matching walking stick or at least the handle is of the same sort of stuff. We meet him initially after a ‘test’ of the super bomb - see above - is deemed not to have been powerful - or super - enough as some folk are still walking about, buildings still standing hence he is slightly peeved, so he has a moan to the professor type person (In leather overcoat and trilby type hat, complete with standard issue daughter by his side) who is responsible for building it and so a re-run is ordered otherwise the lad with the small moustache and the funny haircut running the show will be upset back in Berlin. The OSS ‘safe house’ they go to is the size of a concert hall - or mansion if things are on hard times - but otherwise quiet discreet. Towards the end the CGI ‘flying fortress type bombers’ at one point zap about the screen like fighter planes at speeds that are a sheer delight to see. One amazing thing - amid quite a lot of them its true - is our lad Vinnie guiding attack planes in via a basic ‘walkie-talkie’ Motorola handset from the cab of a captured Nazi lorry (with big swastikas on the doors, natch) although I am going to watch it again but feel sure it had no ariel on it. If you have seen the likes of ‘Saving Private Ryan’, ‘A Bridge Too Far’, ‘Battle of the Bulge’, ‘Carry On Camping’ or ‘Blazing Saddles’ this is nothing like any of them but on the plus side its funny, silly, bags of blood sloshing about and not to be taken seriously as its comic-book stuff through and through. My only regret is I never had the contract to supply all the blank ammunition used as it must have made somebody very rich considering all the rounds fired. Overall it’s a fun film that should brighten anybody’s evening up plus it’s got that well known thespian Vinnie Jones in it - can’t wait to see his version of Hamlet. Bottom line is it’s based on a computer game of the same name apparently in case you didn’t guess within the first few minutes. Come the next wet Sunday afternoon, out with the popcorn, slap this disc and see it all over again as there may be a plot in there somewhere and I might just find it.. I am giving it 5 stars as I can't give it 6..
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David ChurchReviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 December 2021
2.0 out of 5 stars
Just about OK
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Just watched this on Amazon Prime. The action scenes were pretty good and that is the only positive I can say about this film. Acting was OK, but extremely thin plot.
BobeeeReviewed in the United Kingdom on 26 October 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
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I know it's not a big budget war movie full of A list stars but somehow I liked it. Vinnie Jones seems to be content in his role even when the talking goes on a bit. Just look upon it as a side mission war tale and you will enjoy it.. like.. as though you are reading one of those old Commando pocket sized books that we bought when we were kids. The Blu ray version is so cheap it would be a crime not to at least watch it once... !!
John WheelerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 July 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
More cheese than a bucket of Wensleydale
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I lasted 23 minutes and lost the will to watch. I echo pretty much everything that those who've already slated this movie.
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GerardBrownReviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 March 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars
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Bryn PaysonReviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 August 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
Nice item
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Delivery was as promised, condition was good, second purchase from this company, will use again very pleased with result.
Michael HeadfordReviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 June 2016
3.0 out of 5 stars
This is not a bad film but you need to watch it more than ...
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This is not a bad film but you need to watch it more than once to make sense of it.
ObserverReviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 April 2015
4.0 out of 5 stars
Exciting but with deafening background music
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A very exciting adventure film spoilt by overbearing background, which made it difficult to hear speech. Otherwise I would have given the film 5 stars
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